Hoy Field Trip: Gulls and Waterfowl on the Racine Lakefront

Samuel Myers Park 1 11th Street, Racine

We'll begin at Myers Park then make our way northward to the Racine Harbor. The field trip end time will depend on bird activity and/or weather conditions but will generally conclude no later than 12:00 PM. Along the lake we'll be looking for waterfowl as well as various gull species. NOTE: In the event of

Hoy Field Trip: Gull Watching at North Point, Winthrop Harbor, IL

North Point, Withrop Harbor, IL Winthrop Harbor, Illinois

AT the harbor, we'll be looking for upwards of six gull species of various ages, including Glaucous, Great Black-backed, Iceland, and Lesser Black-backed Gulls.  Meet at the BP gas station at 12720 Sheridan Rd (corner of Sheridan and Russell) by 8:45 AM. The group will caravan to the area around North Point Winthrop Harbor, IL.

Hoy Meeting: Syrup and Butterflies—Spring is Right Around the Corner!

River Bend Nature Center 3600 N Green Bay Rd, Racine, WI

Spring is quickly approaching and there are many sure signs on the horizon, including maple syrup season and the migration of the monarch butterfly! Just in time for maple syrup season in March, River Bend’s very own naturalist Christa Trushinsky will discuss the history and science behind the production of maple syrup as well as

Hoy Field Trip: Eagle Lake Waterfowl

Eagle Lake Park 23705 Church Rd,, Kansasville, WI

Meet at Eagle Park. We'll arrive at Eagle Lake park (north side) at 9:00 a.m. We'll bird the lake then check the wetlands near the intersection of Hwy 11 and 75 on the way back. Check our website prior to the trip; if the lake is still frozen by mid March, we may may postpone

Eastern Bluebird Program

Salem Community Library 24615 89th Street, Salem, Wisconsin

Rick Fare will provide a summary of the biology and habitats needs for the Eastern Bluebird and how you can help monitor nest boxes.